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Suez Canal (Egypt). shortest route between the sub-Indian continent and Asia-Pacific Region

  1. Introduction to the Suez Canal
  2. The Suez Canal Authority
  3. Strategic importance of the Canal
  4. New Suez Canal

Sample - Suez Canal
Suez Canal (Egypt): 8% of World Seaborne Trade

Transport and Logistics in Africa. Corridors, ports

Maritime Transport in Africa (East African Ports).

African Students (Masters, Courses, Foreign Trade, Business)

Foreign Trade and Business in East Africa

The Suez Canal is one of the most heavily used Shipping lines in the World (8% of the World's seaborne trade).

  1. The Suez Canal (Egypt) is the shortest route between the sub-Indian continent and Asia-Pacific Region with the European and Northern African markets
  2. The Suez Canal allows significant saving cost for vessels (time and logistics costs)
  3. By ex: from the Port of Tokyo to the Port of Rotterdam saving of 23% and 3.315 Nm (comparing Via Cape)
  4. Ships crossing the Suez Canal should pay tolls
  5. Interval between ships: 10-16 min (2-3 kilometers)
  6. Railway parallels to the Suez Canal
  7. Sea level channel (unnecessary flood gates)
  8. Six bypasses in Port Said, Ballah, Timsah, Deversoir, Bitter Lakes, and Kabret
  9. The Suez Canal was open in 1989. In 1956 was nationalized
  10. New Suez Canal Project. Shortening transit time from 18 hours to 11 hours
  11. Monthly Number of vessel: 1,411 (Jan 2015)

The Suez Canal belongs to the East African Economic Area.

Trans-African Corridors related to the Suez Canal:

  1. Cairo-Gaborone Corridor
  2. Cairo-Dakar Corridor

More information about Egypt (EENI African Business Portal).

  1. Giza
  2. Port Said
  3. Cairo
  4. Alexandria
  5. Shubra El Kheima

Egyptian Businessman:

  1. Ahmed Mekky
  2. Tarek Talaat Moustafa
  3. Hassan Abdalla
  4. Mohamed Mansour
  5. Onsi Sawiris
  6. Minoush Abdel-Meguid

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